Hamlet Essay | Hamlet

This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Hamlet.
This section contains 528 words
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Hamlet

Summary: Essay consists of a discussion of the play "Hamlet" by William Shakespeare.
Throughout William Shakespeare's Hamlet, Hamlet treats women brutally. His cruel actions convey Hamlet's perception toward women. Hamlet views that women easily betray true love due to their weak nature. Hamlet was betrayed by his own mother, Gertrude, who hastily remarried Claudius, the murderer of King Hamlet. Hamlet also was betrayed by Ophelia who once was his lover but she deceived Hamlet in helping Polonius and Claudius to spy on him. Therefore, he beheld that love between men and women is fragile and fickle due to women's weak nature.

Gertrude's hastily remarries Hamlet's uncle, Claudius, who also is the murderer of King Hamlet. To Hamlet, his own mother's remarriage seems immoral. By remarrying Claudius, Hamlet views her mother who betrayed King Hamlet's love. Hamlet says, "Frailty, thy name is woman," to convey women have a morally weak nature. This "frailty" leads Hamlet to act brutally toward his mother. In Act...

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